Johnny Drille claims to be one of the only artists without a bad song.
Johnny Drille reveals the artist apart from him with no bad song
Nigerian singer, Johnny Drille has bragged that he is one of the few Nigerian artists with no bad songs.
He stated this in a tweet in response to a tweet by a Kizz Daniel’s fan in which the person asked people to name someone else who shares bragging rights with the Buga crooner.
The fan tweeted; ”Apart from Kizz Daniel, name another Nigerian artist with no bad songs. 👏🏼”
In response, Johnny Drille quoted the tweet and wrote his own name as the only other artiste that has no bad songs.
”Johnny Drille,” the singer simply tweeted.
See the post:
Johnny Drille https://t.co/ku1Qxrrov0
— Johnny Drille (@Johnnydrille) November 20, 2022
Meanwhile, a Nigerian pastor left the members of her church feeling surprised and excited when she recommended a non-gospel song.
The minister was conducting a sermon when she decided to advise the congregation to listen to Johnny Drille’s new song, How Are You? (My Friend).
She praised the song as being particularly lovely and upbeat and expressed her love for it. Everyone shouted in jubilation as soon as she said it to indicate that they agreed with her.
Then the pastor advised everyone to download and stream How Are You on any platforms that offered it.
Shortly after the release of “How are you“, Johnny Drille also did something that blew the minds of many. He posted his phone number on social media and encouraged his fans to call and talk to him. He also occasionally calls fans.
In an interview with Saturday Beats, the Mavin Records artiste stated that he does that to remind his fans that he cares about them. He said, “I think fans, sometimes, have to be reminded that celebrities are also everyday people like them, even though we are blessed to be in the spotlight. I don’t see them as ‘fans’ per se; they are more like family to me— a community that loves Johnny Drille.”
The singer also stated that he thinks people like his songs because he is sincere. “I think it is because I am sincere and honest about my music. Most of my songs reflect me as a person and the fans can see that. But, I don’t take the fact that the fans show me all this love for granted; they are the MVPs in this case,” he said.